What Happened to Japanese Horror?

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What happened to Japanese horror? Well that's what our video essay will try to answer by taking a condensed look at the long cinematic history of Japa...

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What happened to Japanese horror?
Well that's what our video essay will try to answer by taking a condensed look at the long cinematic history of Japanese horror. We start with the traditional Kaidan stories like in Kuroneko, the cyberpunk era with Tetsuo: The Iron Man, to the peak of the J-horror boom with Ringu.


Video made by Moises & Sergio Velasquez


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-------------Editor's Notes :
-I say Ring instead of Ringu because after researching I found out that apparently the title "Ringu" was born out of a miscommunication. The initial book the movie was adapted from is Ring so the name should be Ring. Although, I did write Ringu in the captions so it's easier to find.


-It was hard to find clips from the "Scary True Stories" anthology series, I only managed to find a video on YouTube but it had not date of release or credits at the end. So, I just added it as the closest reference.



-------------Book Sources :
1 to 7- Japanese Horror Cinema edited by Jay Mcroy
- Japanese Cinema: Texts and contexts edited by Alastair Philips and Julian Stringer
-The Story of Film by Mark Cousins

-------------Movie Sources :

-Audition audio tracks and special features (Arrow Video)
-Ringu audio tracks and special features (Arrow Video)
-Godzilla: Interviews and special features (Criterion)
-House: Interviews and special features (Criterion)
-Kuroneko: Interviews and special features (Criterion)

-------------Link Sources :
-Obon festival: https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/ondemand/video/2029032/
-V-Cinema: http://www.midnighteye.com/features/the-v-cinema-notebook-part-1/
- J-Horror ghosts: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2018/10/30/films/ghosts-haunting-cinema-goers-japan-century/
-Supernatural monster: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/vvy9k3/supernatural-monsters-haunt-in-a-floating-world
- A portrait of Postwar Japan Part 1 and 2: https://youtu.be/mKN7ya6Dq7E



------------- Music:
By Eduardo Gonzalez
https://soundcloud.com/edgmusic1
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjym1gR_euMh9hQMCTfZ_yg

------------- All the movie clips:

A Nightmare on Elm Street
Akira
Alien
Annabelle Comes Home
As the Gods Will
Audition
Battle Royale
Burst City
Complex
Creepy
Cure
Dark Water
Dark Water (2005)
Get Out
Godzilla
Godzilla (1998)
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
Hell Girl
Hereditary
House
Ichi the Killer
It
Jason X
Ju-on
Ju-on 2
Ju-on: The Beginning of the End
Kuroneko
Kwaidan
Lights Out
Noroi: The Curse
One Missed Call
One Missed Call (2008)
One Missed Call 2
One Missed Call 3: Final
Parasite
Parasyte: Part 1
Pinocchio 964
Polaroid
Pulse
Pulse (2006)
Ring 0: Birthday
Ringu
Rubber's Lover
Sadako 3D
Sadako vs. Kayako
Scream 2
Terra Formars
Tetsuo: The Iron Man
The Ghost Story of Yotsuya
The Grudge
The Grudge 2
The Grudge 3
The Possession
The Ring
The Ring 2
The Silence of the Lambs
The Wailing
The Witch
The Wretched
Tokyo Story
Train to Busan
Under the Blossoming Cherry Trees
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Yojimbo



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